UX Cabin -
your design sprint agency for complex problems

We'll help you find the leanest, quickest path to your most viable (and lucrative) solution.

Feel stuck? Got a big challenge burning a hole in your brain?

Maybe it's not a problem, but new ideas. You want to build a feature, a new product or create a new workflow inside
your existing product.

No matter what you've got in mind, you're staring down the barrel of a ton of tricky questions, confusing results, and months of business meetings where people ask questions like:

  • How can we break down silos and do more with less? 🫠
  • Can we peel back the layers of this onion? 🤪
  • How will marketing synergize with limited bandwidth? 🥴
  • ABC Company is doing x so shouldn’t we be doing that too? 😭

What if you could skip the messy middle, and focus on a step-by-step plan that leads to a human-centered prototype that moves
your project forward in a single week?

Go from concept to prototype
in just 5 days

What's our Design Sprint process?

The UX Cabin design sprint is your secret weapon to building a user-centric, user-loved product at an accelerated process.

It's step by step process that includes customer research, stakeholders, key metrics, and design thinking to build a user-centric product MUCH faster than you have in the past.

Is it the same process pioneered by Google Ventures?

Maybe you've heard about the Google ventures design sprint process used to get products to market faster. Yep — we swiped the silicon valley process, modified it, and turned it into a foolproof process for designing better products faster.

How Does it Work?

We conduct games, exercises, and interviews with key stakeholders and real users. Then we turn the results of our research into a clickable prototype that's virtually guaranteed to deliver ROI.

Lower your risk of failure and get closer product market fit.

Here's a sad but true knowledge bomb: 50% of development time is spent on avoidable rework, like refactoring code or updating screens after they've already been developed.

In fact, the IEEE found that the cost of refactoring or changing designs after development is 100x that of fixing them before the project is completed. (Yikes, right? We recommend reading the full report, “Why Software Fails”.)

That's why before we design a single element, we'll establish the validity and usefulness of your product or feature.

What if you could skip the messy middle, and focus on a step-by-step plan that leads to a human-centered prototype that moves your project forward in a single week?

Increased revenue

because people like using products that work well.

Reduced training time & resources

because when the product is intuitive, it's easier to learn.

Growth through customer promoters

because when customers say the product is fantastic, more people recommend it.

Less rework

because when you validate and test your prototype with actual users, you can develop the product with confidence.

Ideal solution

since we have everyone from the team in the same room and an experienced facilitator we'll get the best solution for the business with buy in and obvious next steps.

Our design sprint methodology

A small team of no more than 7 people, usually in these roles:

Design sprint facilitator (from our end)






Typically one week (sprint week!), but session timing and length can be adjusted to company needs. We typically need your team's involvement for two full days.


Our virtual meeting room. We'll use Zoom, Miro, Figma + We'll bring the drinks.


Solve a problem for real customers with a realistic prototype with a clear path on how to get to a finished product.

Day 1
Establishing success metrics
we'll meet to discuss what will make this project a success, and how we'll measure those metrics. This session usually lasts around 4 hours.
For example: What conversion rate will make this project a success? Is it realistic and attainable?
Day 2
On Day 1, we’ll meet to talk about what will make this project a success, and how we’ll measure those metrics. This session usually lasts around 4 hours.
  • Embrace innovation — after all, a blank page has no limits
  • Communicate better — by exploring and explaining our own ideas
  • Generate more ideas faster — so we can pick the best ways to move forward
By inviting all departments to participate, we’ll get great ideas AND consensus.
Day 3

Decision day is tough but fair. Everyone participates and gets to vote for their first, second, and third-favorite solutions.

Once the votes are in and the discussion dust settles, we've got a clear direction, sufficient problem framing and we're off to the races

As the stakeholder, you still get the final say, which we do hope is largely based on the groups votes and all data brought to surface up to this point.

Day 4
The design process of building the prototype

The design process of building the prototype

We'll take the winning solution(s) from Day 4 and whip up a fast, clickable prototype.

The product won't be a high-fidelity prototype, but it will communicate the functionality to customers — and that's all you need right now.

This is where it really gets fun (at least for the designers and developers on our team). We'll take the winning solutions from Day 4, put our design-thinking hats on, and whip up a fast, functional prototype.

Day 5
User testing & analysis

Rubber, meet road. We'll put your brand-spanking-new prototype in front of 5 different users to test out how they use it, where they run into problems, and how we can improve it in the future. It's basically like having your users draft your product roadmap for you.

Ready to innovate and accelerate your product?

Let our expert design sprint service guide you all the way and turn your ideas into reality.

Frequently Asked Design Sprint Questions

How much does a design sprint cost?

No expensive commitments! Our design sprints typically cost between $5-10k. Size and scope of the problem we're trying to solve will impact price. Also, depending on if we involve our design team or yours impacts the price.

What types of projects are suitable for design sprints?
  • Developing a new product or service
  • Solving a specific business problem or challenge
  • Exploring new business opportunities
  • Testing new concepts or ideas before investing significant time and resources into them
This is my first design sprint. What should I expect?

Put your critical thinking hat on, we're going for a ride! during the sprint we'll do exercises, games, answer questions, draw out ideas, and collaborate in design tools. Don't worry about a thing. Our design sprint facilitator will guide you through each step of the process until we get our bonafide realistic prototype.